BREXIT BOMBSHELL: EU might demand MILLIONS in return for any delay to Brexit


If Theresa Could’s Brexit deal is rejected by Parliament on Tuesday MPs will then vote on whether or not to go away the EU with out a deal. Ought to Parliament reject that, as appears possible, a 3rd vote will happen on requesting a delay to Brexit. This could happen by extending the official Article 50 exit mechanism.

Nevertheless any extension to Article 50 require the approval of all 27 different EU members, who might use the chance to make calls for.

Chatting with The Day by day Telegraph concerning the possible EU response a diplomatic supply commented: “Strains are hardening towards extension.

“A couple of weeks in the past member states had been fairly relaxed.

“The tone has modified. Something various weeks will include authorized and monetary circumstances hooked up.

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“Any longer extension and you may count on states to demand extra.”

The supply argued EU member states would have granted an Article 50 extension a number of weeks in the past, however that positions have since hardened.

There may be hypothesis the UK might must pay an additional £4.5billion a yr to the EU if Brexit is prolonged, as Britain might lose the rebate Margaret Thatcher negotiated.

This could be on prime of the £9billion Britain at the moment pays.

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Any extension to Article 50, delaying Brexit, is more likely to be extraordinarily controversial politically.

In a column for The Day by day Telegraph former international secretary argued Parliament ought to reject each Mrs Could’s deal and any delay to Article 50.

The DUP, who present the Authorities’s majority, and a major variety of Conservative backbenchers are nonetheless refusing to again Mrs Could’s deal.

The Authorities is hoping to get the help of some Labour MPs.

Nevertheless the Social gathering stays fiercely opposed, and it’s unclear whether or not anymore than a handful of Labour Parliamentarians will again Mrs Could’s settlement.

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